Lebanon has said enough. After decades of open borders with Syria and years of accepting refugees from its civil war, new border regulations mean that most Syrians can no longer find safe haven in the relative calm of Lebanon.
Hashish growers in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley have built up big arsenals to fight off the country's army. Now the drug lords say they're ready to turn their weapons against Islamic militants spilling over the border from Syria.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Samantha Power about her new book, "Chasing The Flame: Sergio Vieira de Mello and the Fight to Save the World;ï¿½ the book was inspired by the life and tragic death of the man who led the UN mission in Iraq in 2003.
Lebanon rival political leaders is scheduled to take up the contentious of Hezbollah's weapons. But the armed Shiite movement is already setting preconditions that might derail the talks before they get off the ground.
Lebanon has been rocked by an espionage scandal. The country has arrested scores of its own citizens on charges of spying for Israel. As The World's Aaron Schachter reports, Lebanese feel betrayed ? and baffled ? by the revelations.
Israel is prepared to hand the northern section of a divided village on the Lebanon border over to United Nations forces. But people in the town aren't happy about it. They say they're part of Syria. Aaron Schachter reports from the village of Ghajar.
Iranian President Ahmadinejad was on a two-day trip to Lebanon, touring its southern border. It was seen as a show of support for the militant group Hezbollah. Marco Werman talks with journalist Thanassis Cambanis, the author of ï¿½A Privilege to Die'